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Glasgow Bar Awards winners announced

Winners Announced at Glasgow’s  Bartenders Ball and Glasgow Bar Awards

Last night saw the Scottish license trade celebrated everything great about the hospitality industry at the inaugural Glasgow Bartenders Ball and Glasgow Bar Awards.

Glasgow bar awards Winners were revealed at  Saint Luke’s at the awards created by the Glasgow Bartenders Club community members Andy Gemmell of The Gate, David Smillie of Wemyss Family Spirits and Fraser McIlwraith, Dark Art Drinks.

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Glasgow Bar Awards Winners below:

Best drinks list – cocktails

Wheesht // Five March // Finnieston // Kelvingrove Cafe // Spiritualist

Best drinks list – wine

Le Petit Cochon // Brett // Bar Vini // The Gannett // Vronis

Best Drinks List – Beer

Inn Deep // Grunting Growler // KoelschipYard // Shilling Brewing Co. // Allison Arms

Best drinks List – Spirits

Pot Still // Tiki Bar // Citizen // Bon Accord // Five March

Worst Chat

Alasdair Shaw from The Gate // Sam Worrall // Ross Campbell // Calum McMillan // James Kemp

Best Bar Team

Blue Dog // Spiritualist // Pot Still // Tiki Bar // Nice n Sleazy //

Best Shake

Liam Grogan and Marc McPartlin from Tiki Bar

Unsung Hero:

Erin McGeough from Websters.

Hospitality Legend

Geraldine Murphy from Pot Still

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Speaking of the awards, Andy Gemmell, organiser of the Glasgow Bartender’s Ball and owner of The Gate said: “What we wanted to do with the Glasgow Bartender’s Ball was bring together the bar community in the city.

“Our hospitality industry is an amazing one but also a tough one with long hours and unsocial shift patterns – especially over the Christmas period.

“This was our opportunity to give back, create something that would say thanks for all their hard work in this amazing industry and help them build new friendships across the trade. ”

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Andy continues:

“I’ve always stood by this quote from world-renowned bartender Gary Regan who sadly passed away last year. And last night it really hit home:

“Make one guest happier when he or she leaves your bar than they were when they walked in, and you’ve changed the world. It’s that simple. And if a million bartenders all over God’s green earth do the same thing on the same night, then the happy vibes will be palpable around the globe. Bartenders can change the world.”
Gaz Regan

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